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accessible by a very. there is a hurricane watch from north carolina to virginia. concerns struck all the way to cape cod. families are waiting into the water, perhaps a final tip before conditions take a turn for the workers. >> we want people to stay out of the water as the storm passes by. less well is starting to build. later on, the swee -- the swell is starting to build. later on, it will be extremely unsafe. >> it stretches from the outer banks all the way to maine. at the current models will come out the storm could brush the outer banks in the next -- if the current models hold, the storm could brush the outer banks and the next 24 hours. >> local officials are getting ready in case we feel the effects in the baltimore area. kim dacey is live in curtis bay with more. >> we are expecting to hear from the coast guard in about an hour about their preparations and conditions on the water. city officials held press conference to tell residents to be prepared for emergency situations like we have seen with other storms. these include having an emergency kit of supplies and batteries and 3
-parter. this is moving through the virginia border and producing the heavy rain so far. then you have the remnants of nicole way down south that will get through as well. winds are gusting at 21 miles per hour. wind advisory in effect for both sides of the day. more periods of heavy rain throughout the day. blinding rains, if you will. east wins 20 to 25 miles per hour sustained. here's a look at the surface feature. these white top clouds are associated with the storm- producing clouds john was mentioning heavy downpours. this is the area of low pressure to it right along the i-95 corridor, which is causing all the problems so far. the remnants of tropical storm nicole are still off the coast of south florida. it will likely not be here until some point tomorrow morning. we have a lot more to cover, and it is only getting worse as the rain continues to pound it. >> all of this rain is wreaking havoc throughout the area. school closing the traffic delays and flooding. live a double-team the storm petrel coverage with rob roblin, but first let's go to jennifer franciotti who was at the inner harbor
region the claims the lives of more than two dozen -- in west virginia claims the lives of more than two dozen horses. and carrie engel from valley view farms is here to answer the plant and gardening questions. e-mail them to the plantquestions@wbaltv.com. >> more than two dozen horses are dead after a fire at a racetrack in west virginia's eastern panhandle. the fires are burning at charles town races and slots. witnesses estimate that the flames shot as high as 30 feet in the air. the value of the horses as not been calculated. investigators are trying to determine how this began. several businesses were destroyed in an overnight fire at a shopping center in connecticut. at least nine were damaged in the fire in hartford officials believe that it started in a restaurant. the cause is under investigation. crews in hawaii out a brush fire that came dangerously close to -- battled a brush fire that came dangerously close to eight high school. the area is extremely dry, which helps fuel flames. investigators are trying to figure out how this fire began. are you having problems in your rel
guard has been mobilized, and the governor of north carolina, along with the governors of virginia and maryland, all the clothing states of emergency -- all declaring the state of emergency. >> all right, so let's take a look at the situation as it stands now. the first of the rain bands way out ahead of the storm along the north carolina coast. this is the satellite image of the storm right now. earl is not the only storm out there. we have hurricane earl, tropical storm fiona, and tropical storm gaston further east yet. winds at 140 miles per hour. i'm going to put this on emotion and jury what happens. by friday at 1:00 a.m., it will be a category 3 storm, earl, just raising here. by 10:00 i in the morning, the storm will be well off ocean city, and to be hitting the beach areas. bermuda is under threat by saturday morning of being hit by fiona with tropical storm-force winds. all this activity moves well offshore. tropical storm warnings in effect for the delmarva beach area, that is for tonight and tomorrow. we will become more with the weather -- detailed war with the weather
away. there are tropical storm warnings for new jersey, delaware, maryland, virginia, and down into south virginia as well. they are now a tropical storm warnings instead of hurricane warnings. those warnings will last the rest of the afternoon. here is a wide picture of the tropics. this is what is left of gaston. it may work its way towards the caribbean islands. -- it may work its way toward the caribbean islands. there's another tropical wave coming off the african coast. there are a couple more out over the african desert. it could be a busy season. here is the futurecast showing the position of earl by midnight. it will be to the southwest of cape cod. a lot of the action will be over the water. the storm is beginning to pull off shore. then we have the front of three. after that, the saturday forecast looks like a lot of sunshine. seven days worth of weather. it will be 90 today if we get enough sunshine. the chances of rain have been mostly east. 79 on saturday and sunday and. then we will be comfortably in the 80's for most of next week. the ocean city forecast will be
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-central virginia. i don't agree will get any of that around baltimore. it has been a long time since we've seen rainfall around maryland. mostly sunny for the rest of the afternoon. we will stay between these two this afternoon. mostly sunny, breezy, unseasonably warm. average high temperature is 81. we will make it to the low 90s probably. 80s and the mountains as the winds shift to the west and northwest. cool air starts to work in and we will drop to the 50's by early tomorrow morning. low sixties in the city. high pressure comes in off of the great lakes and the winds will be coming out of the north and northwest. high temperatures will be in the 70's for the next couple of days. if you are and autumn weather fan, you will like the forecast at the end of the week. high 78 tomorrow. overnight the temperatures -- overnight low temperatures will be in the 50's. nice start to the weekend on saturday. next chance for any significant rainfall will be on sunday as we close out the weekend. high near 82. it looks like the temperatures will be and the mid-80's and the beginning of next week. >> in t
sarah caldwell. right now president obama is in a falls church, virginia neighborhood revisiting the health care reform law when they before the six-month anniversary. if it is the same day many key provisions are going to take effect. a poll shows the public remained skeptical. we are joined from washington with that story. >> the white house is reintroducing the health-care overhaul to the public, six months after it was signed into law, and six weeks after the election. >> we are done. [applause] >> on thursday, health care reform turned six months old and president obama will mark the milestone today by highlighting the patient's bill of rights. >> if the president will talk about how it is changing people's lives for the and better. >> and several major changes take effect on thursday. parents are now allowed to insure their children until the age of 25. there is no denying for pre- existing conditions. making preventative care a priority -- most policies must pay 100% for a list of services from cancer screening, to checkups and vaccinations. >> it is better to keep childre
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